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Caroline Kuhn

  • PhD Student and Associate Lecturer - Education
  • Email: c.kuhn@bathspa.ac.uk
  • School or Department: Institute for Education
  • Campus: Newton Park
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Personal statement

Caroline's PhD topic examines the intersections between education and technology, looking at students’ daily entanglements with personal and academic digital practices, and exploring their agency in such environments. She is learning the skills of an open researcher.

Caroline is also a mathematics teacher by trade, and she has become more and more interested in how to encourage and improve student’s voice and agency in Higher Education.

Caroline also teaches in the Institute for Education and across the university.

Academic qualifications

  • Diploma, Teaching for Understanding (with a focus on student's understanding) - Harvard Graduate School of Education
  • Professional Teaching Qualification (Spanish as a second language) - Cervantes Institute

Professional memberships

  • BERA (British Education Research Association)
  • Fellow - Higher Education Academy (HEA)
  • ALT (Association for Learning Technology)
  • SRA (Social Research Association)
  • SRHE (Society for Research in Higher Education)
  • GOER-GN (Global Open Educational Resources Graduate Network)
  • STEM Ambassador

Other external roles

  • Lead Organiser - BRLSI Young Researchers programme

Areas of research and expertise

  • Open education practice
  • Digital literacies
  • Research methods for social science
  • Mathematics education
  • Education for change
  • Social theory
  • Qualitative methodology

Research outputs

Articles

Invited talks

  • British Society for the History of Mathematics, Queens College, Oxford
  • Centre for Excellence and Teaching, National University Ireland, Galway

Impact

  • Since 2015, Caroline has volunteered on a monthly basis at BRLSI (Bath Royal Literary and Scientific Institution), where she works with young students (13+) that are interested in pursuing a small research project in a STEM subject. The programme aims to provide opportunities which put the young person and their interests at the centre of their own learning. Through this work, she is able to share her research journey with young researchers, while also inspiring and supporting them with their own interests and improving their research skills.
  • She also collaborates with The Dot Project, a charity based in Bath that works to build tech for community and social outreach, with a focus to strengthen organisations and human connections through the conscious use of educational technology.

 

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